St. Pope John Paul II

On October 31 1995, the Pope witnessed the Host received by Julia turned into visible Flesh and Blood during the Mass celebrated by His Holiness in his private chapel. His Holiness was so surprised to see it, touched her cheeks and gave his blessing to her and her family in Korea.

Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict XVI received a miraculous Eucharist of Naju that the Precious Blood had bled on October 16, 2006 through Cardinal Ivan Dias. After the Pope gazed at the Eucharist, the pope gave the Secretary his instruction to keep It well. On April 20, 2010, the Pope informed Cardinal Ivan Dias that “I am favorable on Naju.”

Cardinal Ivan Dias

When Cardinal Ivan Dias, the Prefect of Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples was the Apostolic Nuncio to Korea, he accepted The Blessed Mother of Naju well, and loved Her very much. When he was appointed the Apostolic Nuncio to Albania, he trusted Julia so much that he asked her to pray for Albania.

Mgr. Vincent Thu, the private secretary to Pope John Paul II

In September 1995, the private secretary to Pope John Paul II, Mgr. Vincent Thu visited The Blessed Mother’s House in Naju. He told Julia that the Pope respected Our Lady of Naju very much and Julia too. His visit to the Blessed Mother’s House in Naju was to follow the cordial instructions of the Pope.

The official secretary to the Pope, Monsignor Giovanni d’Ercole

On July 13, 1997, when the official secretary to the Pope John Paul II, Monsignor Giovanni d’Ercole visited The Blessed Mother’s House in Naju and prayed together with Julia, an Eucharist descended from above. On May 19, 2001, he has appeared in the Italian national broadcast called MIRACOLI and testified what he had witnessed the Eucharistic miracle in Naju

Cardinal Sin from the Philippines

In February 1992, when Julia visited Manila, the Philippines, Cardinal Sin allowed not only Julia but also the volunteers for The Blessed Mother of Naju to spread the messages from Our Lady of Naju everywhere in the Philippines, and he strongly endorsed Our Lady of Naju.

Apostolic Nuncio Giovanni Bulaitis

On November 24, 1994. After the descent of the large Sacred Host during the visit of the Apostolic Pro-Nuncio to The Blessed Mother’s House in Naju, Julia held the hands of the Apostolic Pro-Nuncio and Fr. Spies, went to The Blessed Mother together with them and knelt before Her. Then, a small Eucharist came down on Julia’s tongue. (on the right side of the photo is Apostolic Nuncio)

Bishop Dominic Su from Malaysia

Bishop Dominic Su witnessed the Eucharistic Miracles through Julia at The Blessed Mother’s Mountain in Naju on August 24, 1995, and at the Cathedral in the diocese of Sibu, Malaysia on September 17, 1996.

Bishop Antonieto D. Cabajog from the Philippines

In November 2001, Bishop Antonieto D. Cabajog from the Philippines visited The Blessed Mother’s House and The Blessed Mother’s Mountain in Naju. Having great time to experience a lot of graces through Our Lady of Naju, he testified “I firmly came to realize at last that The Blessed Mother is the Mediatrix of Graces who leads all the children in the world to the Lord.

Mgr. Miguel Cabrejos Vidarte, OFM from Peru

On October 19, 1999, he visited The Blessed Mother’s House and The Blessed Mother’s Mountain in Naju. He also took part in the ceremony of the 13th Anniversary of Our Lady’s weeping Tears of Blood and delivered an inspiring homily.

Mgr. Matthias Perez Merino, Theologian in Vatican

On September 26, 1990, Monsignor Matthias Perez Merino, a theologian from the Vatican visited The Blessed Mother’s House in Naju so as to investigate The Blessed Mother’s Tears from Her statue, Messages of Love, and Julia who had received Messages. He witnessed the Blessed Mother’s Tears and said “Tears and Tears of Blood from The Blessed Mother’s statue, and messages are authentic. Naju is the synthesis of all of the Marian messages, because there are all the messages from the Blessed Mother and numerous signs in Naju.” He added, “Julia is the completion of St. Thérése of the Child Jesus.”

Bishop Abarquez  from the Philippines

When Bishop Abarquez from the Philippines was elevating the chalice during his Mass, Julia saw the Precious Blood of Christ coming down to him like falling snow. As soon as she wiped the sweat from the forehead of the Bishop with the handkerchief, the Precious Blood was smeared on it. After receiving many drops of the Precious Blood on his sacred vestment during the Mass, the Bishop humbly accepted it as the will and special sign from The Lord and The Blessed Mother for him to preach the Gospel. He confessed that he felt something special on his pilgrimage to Naju and received a lot of graces, saying “If my heart could be simple and clear like a child, it could be the very special sign and the event for me to be reformed.”

Bishop Roman Danylak from Canada

On September 22, 1995, Bishop Roman Danylak witnessed the Eucharistic miracle in which Julia received turned into visible Flesh and Blood during the Mass at The Blessed Mother’s Mountain.

Bishop Eduardus Sangsun from Indonesia

Bishop Eduardus from Indonesia said “I am so happy to come to Naju.” Moreover, he humbly said “Julia came to be my real sister. Please pray for me. I am only a sinner.” During the Mass he smelled strong fragrance of the roses from the Eucharist, and with tears in his eyes he was deeply moved, and experienced the love of Our Lady of Naju.

Bishop Daniel Hak-soon Chi

On January 20, 1990, Bishop Daniel Hak-soon Chi first witnessed the shedding Tears from the statue of the Blessed Mother and Her movement despite his poor eye sight due to diabetes. He prayed with tears, and testified, “I surely saw and firmly believe.” Then, he said to the Diocesan Bishop of Gwangju, “I’m healed in Naju, and my diabetes levels which used to be 500 has come down to 100.”

Bishop Stephen Lepcha from India

When Bishop Stephen Lepcha from India came to Naju, he had the intention of resigning from the episcopate. Since he received the grace through his pilgrimage to Naju on May 16, 2013, he remained as the Bishop of his diocese.